Insects and other Invertebrates


Do Micrognathozoa have micro genomes? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 112(3): 640-644.


Phenotypic covariance structure and its divergence for acoustic mate signals among four cricket species. [Bertram S, Fitzsimmons L, McAuley E, Rundle H, Gorelick R]. Ecology and Evolution 2(1): 181-195.


Emergence of increased division of labor as a function of group size. [Raphael Jeanson, Jennifer Fewell, Root Gorelick, and Susan Bertram]. Behavioural Ecology & Sociobiology 62(2): 289-298.

Heritability of acoustic signaling time in the Texas field cricket, Gryllus texensis. [Susan Bertram, Darrell Kemp, Jennifer Johnson, S. Xochitl Orozco, and Root Gorelick]. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9(6): 975-986.

Quantifying division of labor: Borrowing tools from sociobiology, sociology, information theory, landscape ecology, and biogeography [Root Gorelick and Susan Bertram]. Insectes Sociaux 54(2): 105-112.


Review of Plant-pollinator interactions: from specialization to generalization edited by Nickolas M. Waser and Jeff Ollerton. Plant Science Bulletin 52(4): 139-140.

Review of An enthusiasm for orchids: sex and deception in plant evolution by John Alcock. Orchids 75(10): 777.


Normalized mutual entropy in biology: quantifying division of labor [Root Gorelick, Susan Bertram, Peter Killeen, and Jennifer Fewell]. American Naturalist 164(5): 677-682.


Colony response to graded resource changes: an analytical model of the influence of genotype, environment, and inheritance pattern [Susan Bertram, Root Gorelick, and Jennifer Fewell]. Theoretical Population Biology 64(2): 151-162.

Maintaining heritable variation via sex-limited temporally fluctuating selection: a phenotypic model accommodating non-Mendelian epigenetic effects [Root Gorelick and Susan Bertram]. Theory in Biosciences 122(4): 321-338.


Did insect pollination cause increased seed plant diversity? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 74(4): 407-427.